Uploading Documents to Files

Uploading Documents to Files

  1. 1. Click Files in the left pane of Thread. 

  1. 2. Search for the file you want to add documents to by using the search bar provided. 

  1. 3. Click the file name. 

  1. 4. Go to the Activity tab under File Documents. 


  1. 5. Drag and drop a document from your desktop or click the box shown to upload a document. 


Note: The document must be less than 2000MB to upload. 

  1. 6. When finished, click Upload. 


  1. 7. The document will appear in the file Activity page, where you can edit it at any stage. 

Click here to find out how to import documents from a OneDrive folder.

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